“ONEGIN” TWIN ROOM WITH SHARED BATHROOM
Room with two single beds and shared bathroom.
“We still, alas, cannot forestall it –
this dreadful ailment’s heavy toll;
The spleen is what the English call it,
We call it simply Russian soul…”
Living in our “Onegin” room means falling asleep and waking up in the cozy surrounding of Alexander Pushkin’s brilliant lines. He has been writing his novel in verse more than seven years. Eugene Onegin has become the epitome of a man languishing in a society foreign to him and growing colder and colder to life, but preserving the remnants of nobility. The first five thousand copies of the novel were sold in a week, which was an incredible sensation; and the novel itself is still called the “encyclopedia of Russian life.”
The “Onegin” room has two single beds, lanterns inherent to St. Petersburg, books casually laid out on the shelves and, of course, the poetic spirit. So, to the barrier, gentlemen!
The room is perfect for best friends.
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